a bill miller
Since 2006
Works in Altoona, Pennsylvania United States of America

A. Bill Miller, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, at Penn State Altoona. He earned his MFA at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. H also served as an Associate Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and as an Instructor at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. His nationally and internationally exhibited works include his acclaimed Gridworks Project, which comprises abstract ASCII drawings, ink drawings, animated GIFs, and video elements.

A. Bill Miller can be found at: http://www.master-list2000.com/abillmiller

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http://you-talking-to-me.com/ (2009) - JODI

This is a really interesting loop and I'm particularly interested in the fact that the entirety of the browser window remains empty.


Look, See (2008-Ongoing) - Chris Ashley

I love Chris Ashley's work. I've been following it for awhile. Talked to him over e-mail a bit about the work and he is very generous. He makes more "traditional" paintings too, but these are my favs...


YTMND at And/Or Gallery

I'm starting a net art class this summer and was intending to include ytmnd... this just gives me another reference. WORD!


Pixel Bleed

At this point does it really matter what happened first? I don't really care who does something first anymore... just who takes something in an interesting direction.
its like posting "first post" or something

besides, with digital TV, the distorted pixel video image has changed a lot.... cause it happens as you watch.
It looks cool to me, but then is that it? It so normal that I'm sure a lot of people don't even notice or think about it too much.
don't know yet.

+ I really like Murata's work because it isn't necessarily just about processing video to make it look like an error/mistake, but more to mis-use video processing in order to create something else... something in between video and data painting.
I'm sure everybody knows more about this than me, so I'll step out now, but those are my ten cents


Summer Reading Suggestions

Again, those sound good... thanks for the recommendations!
We just got the group started and this list will help if we run short. Otherwise its going to be a list of things to read for myself.